Hallmark Channel Now Featuring Front of the Class

What do Martha Stewart and Front of the Class have in common?

They will both be featured on the Hallmark Channel! The first viewing will be on Saturday, April 3rd at 9:00pm/est. Look for reruns to continue throughout the year.

Feel free to spread the word to those who missed it the first few times. This is your chance to learn more about Brad Cohen and Tourette syndrome. Check out Jimmy Wolk, Patricia Heaton, Treat Williams, Dominic Scott Kay and so many other wonderful actors as they help the world discover that dreams can come true!

Get updated on Brad’s new foundation too. The Brad Cohen Tourette Foundation is up and running. Sign up on this website for updates.

If you like the movie, be sure to check out the award winning book too. It makes for a great present to educators or anyone looking for an inspirational story. Buy the book or DVD now!

Cheers, Brad

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9 Responses to “Hallmark Channel Now Featuring Front of the Class”

  1. Anne Smith Says:

    when will “front of the class” be on again? I love it.

  2. admin Says:

    Keep checking the Hallmark Channel TV guide! Cheers, Brad

  3. Mrs. Rude's 4th Grade Class Says:

    We just watched “Front of the Class” and would like to share some comments with you!
    Jared, “Inspiring and motivating. Even if you have a disability, you should keep trying!”
    Brenna, “It taught me that even when you are different you can do what other people do.”
    Andi, “Never give up on your dreams!”
    Kylea, “Just because you have something, doesn’t mean you can’t do anything. Just keep trying.”
    Brittany, “It showed that you when people say hurtful things, you shouldn’t take them in.”
    Carter, “When people say mean things to you, you shouldn’t let it get in the way of you doing things you want to do.”
    Jacob, “If you are different,if people think you’re weird or something, you shouldn’t let it get in your way.”
    Caldon, “Don’t let a disease run your life.”
    Katlynn, “You can be whoever you want to be if you just try.”
    Cody, “Disabilities can’t stop the things you want to do. Sometimes people just don’t understand your disabilities and they get frustrated.”
    Leah, “If someone hurts your feelings, just ignore them.”

  4. admin Says:

    Thanks so much for all your wonderful comments. It means a lot to know my story cotinues to inspire so many children across the nation. Keep that positive attitude and always follow your dreams! Cheers, Brad

  5. Eugene Teves Says:

    Hi Brad, your story is truly inspiring! Keep up the good work you have started. I am glad to have seen your movie.

  6. Tony Nguyen-Le Says:

    I just watched the movie for the first time today, and I absolutely loved it! Great story telling, brilliant acting, and terrific script. It’s truly touching and inspirational, probably the best movie I have ever seen.

  7. Angela Fitzpatrick Says:

    I am looking so forward to meeting you at the TEPSA Conference in Aunstin, TX in a couple of weeks. You are an inspiration to show others that no matter what comes your way, you should still keep moving. I was also an extra in your movie that was filmed in Shreveport, LA. Although, I wasn’t shown in the movie, it was awesome to be apart of it. : ) You keep doing what you do to help motivate and inspire others. Never give up!

  8. Patrice Says:

    Saw your movie this weekend, Brad and loved it; you are an inspiration. Thank you for being brave enough to face the challenges you did and for sharing your story with the rest of us. I will be blogging about you this week, yours is a tale worth telling. Congratulations on your son!

  9. admin Says:

    Jan 11th 9pm EST on the Hallmark Channel

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"Brad Cohen is a walking billboard for the idea of living positively. He is like a cold drink on a hot day--refreshing, energizing, and likely to put a smile on your face."
Tim Shriver - Chairman of Special Olympics

"I have observed the magic of Brad Cohen in the classroom. He has turned Tourette Syndrome into an asset, and his life into inspiration."
Senator Johnny Isakson, Georgia

"Brad Cohen's story is a triumph of hope, determination, will and relentless good humor."
Peter J. Hollenbeck, Ph.D., Professor and
Associate Head of Biological Sciences,
Purdue University

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